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Tsukiji Yamacho築地 山長

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Located in Tsukiji's Market's Outer Market in Tokyo's Chuo City, this restaurant founded in 1949 specializes in tamago-yaki (egg omelet). Their tamago-yaki is seasoning that goes well with vinegared rice, and all of the omelets are cooked by the hands of a skilled artisan. Every morning fresh eggs delivered from their contract poultry farm are carefully opened by hand, and the addition of flavorful bonito (skipjack tuna) dashi, salt, and sugar combine to yield the characteristic taste that is both simple and delicate. This is one of Tsukiji's famous foods with an irresistible flavor that spreads throughout your mouth. In addition to takeout items, they also sell the popular “kushi-tama” (omelet on a stick) which is meant for eating on the go.

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place Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-16-2
phone 0332486002

Review of Tsukiji Yamachou

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2018/11/11 Just too good to pass!
Amazing food, amazing choice, its such a good find that you cant ignore it! The lady serving the line was not exactly warm/friendly but the tamagoyaki was too delicious. I tried the cold kani...
Reviewed:2018/04/23 No line around 14:00.
If you go there around 14:00, you will get this without making long line. Kushi is only sweet and unsweet. Around 14:00 is the time most shop are going to close at there.
Reviewed:2018/09/13 選べるの?



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